The Fairbury Public Library is a library in Fairbury, Nebraska. Its building was constructed in 1908-09 as a Carnegie library with funding from the Carnegie Corporation. It was designed in the Classical Revival style by Tyler and Son, an architectural firm co-founded by English-born James Tyler and his son, James Tyler Jr.. The facade includes two sets of columns and a tympanum with "cherubs holding a ring which encircles a shield." The first 100 books were donated by the Fairbury Woman's Club. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 12, 1985 as Fairbury Public-Carnegie Library.
In 2019, it continues to serve as the Fairbury Public Library.
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